The Anisoprint carbon fiber 3D printer. (Image courtesy of Anisoprint.) When the first 3D printer in space..
If you live anywhere near the Gulf of Mexico, earlier this month, while you were sipping your coffee or surfing the web, a plane was zooming 30,000 feet overhead, simulating weightlessness while a 3D bioprinter spit out heart and vascular structures created with human stem cells.
A bumper business ANOTHER milestone has been passed in the adoption of additive manufacturing, popularly known as 3D printing. Daihatsu, a Japanese manufacturer of small cars and a subsidiary of Toyota, an industry giant, announced on June 20th that it would begin offering car buyers the opportunity to customise their vehicles with 3D-printed parts. This brings to drivers with more modest budgets the kind of individual tailoring of vehicles hitherto restricted to the luxury limousines and sports cars of the super-rich.
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The Locknesters collection While it’s not uncommon to take 3D printed parts to a high-level of finished quality,… Read the whole entry…
The Locknesters collection While it’s not uncommon to take 3D printed parts to a high-level of finished quality,… Read the whole entry..